Kids’ Wooden Wall

Reuse wood pallet and the old ladder to make charming wood wall to your kiddo!
I have been looking for some nice idea of how to decorate my son’s room for a long time. It is not so easy as I thought. He is a young man, you know, not everything is cool or fab. Those of you who are interested in creating a new children’s room decor, making it a little bit more interesting than the usual one should see our inspiration and this tutorial.

I am highly motivated by the ‘HaBa’ blog and the ‘Haba’s Houses of Holland’ design (tutorial in English is available). I suppose that this project was provided for a small child, but in my opinions to the older will fit well too. Using a detailed information you can easily make your own bookshelf out of an old ladder and use pallets to make a beautiful row of dutch houses. Everything is up to you how you arrange empty wall.

There are a lot D.I.Y. pallet projects direct for kids, like the Toddler Pallet Bed. I’m sure that it will help you find the perfect inspiration.

Check out the full tutorial on the Haba’s Houses of Holland!

What you need:

Tools:

  • Drill
  • Screwdriver
  • Staples Pistol

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Wood pallet
  • Ladder
  • Level
  • Sandpaper
To see the full list of Tools and Supplies check out the source post. kids-wooden-wall-03

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